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LEAD BATH and ZINC BATH




Dear Sir,

Please let me know what should be the Length of Lead Bath & Zinc Bath for Dia 2.11mm steel wire, Line speed 15 mtr/min. What is the correct dip time in the Bath for both Lead and Zinc Bath.

ASIM ROY
- KOLKATA,WEST BENGAL, INDIA
2006



2006

Hello Asim, please try to phrase your question in terms of what you are doing, rather than posing it in a form where people would have to present extensive charts to answer it. For example, what lead thickness do you require, and what zinc thickness do you require . . . and what type of lead plating solution and zinc plating solution do you intend to use? Thanks.

Ted Mooney, finishing.com
Ted Mooney, P.E.
Striving to live Aloha
finishing.com - Pine Beach, New Jersey



2006

LEAD BATH ANNEALING AND STRESS RELIEVING OF MILD STEEL WIRE

Dear Sir,
I would like to know the following :-
1. Our product is on line Galvanizing of steel wire.
2. Post drawing of the wire the wire is annealed in Lead Bath. The wire Dia is 2.11mm. Line speed is 20 mtr/min.
3. What should be the length of Lead Bath/ what is the minimum deep time required to anneal the product at 710 Deg C.at 20 mtr/min speed.

with warm regards,

ASIM ROY
- Kolkata,West Bengal. INDIA


What is the state of the art technique for wiping Zinc carry over from Hot Zinc Bath at the take up unit.

Asim Roy
wire co. - Kolkata,West Bengal, India
2006




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